ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Call for Papers Extended to February 2

ASBC is now accepting abstracts for the 2015 Annual Meeting in La Quinta, California, June 13–17. Share your latest research with your colleagues by presenting at the annual meeting.Submission instructions have been revised from previous years, so please read carefully. Abstract submission will close February 2, so submit your abstract online today! 

Donate your T-shirts for the ASBC Quilt Raffle

Now through January 31, ASBC is accepting donations of brewery T-shirts for use for the 2015 raffle quilts. Don’t miss your chance to become part of a masterpiece! See the meeting webpage for details on how to donate.

 

 FROM THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIR

 

ASBC 2015 Annual Meeting Sneak Peek

Britton.jpgOn behalf of the 2015 ASBC Program Committee, it is my distinct pleasure to invite you all to La Quinta, California, as it hosts the ASBC Annual Meeting. As the premier meeting for brewing scientists and investigators in allied industries, ASBC showcases the work of leading researchers in our field and internationally recognized experts from around the globe.

 
 

 NEWS FEED

 
     

     FEATURE

     

    Hopping Glad I Have a Spectrophotometer

    Using the ASBC Method of Analysis to measure hops in your quality lab. The method is straightforward; if you run bitterness units, it doesn't take much to run this test designed for highly hopped or dry hopped beers. 

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     ASBC BUZZ

     

    Journal of the ASBC Editor’s Pick: Newly Developed SNP-Based Identification Method of Hop Varieties

    We've come a long way from rubbing hops as an aid to identifying them. Yamauchi and colleagues from Suntory in the paper "Newly Developed SNP-Based Identification Method of Hop Varieties" use a DNA centered technique (based on single nucleotide polymorphisms) to pick hop varieties apart.

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     TRIVIA

     

    What country has the most beer consumption per capita?

     

     WHAT DO YOU THINK?

     
    Do you measure VDKs?



     

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